27 /PRNewswire/ -- Grand Canyon National Park today reminded the public that there is less than a week left in the public comment period for its Draft Colorado River Management Plan Environmental Impact Statement.
What does CRMP stand for?
CRMP stands for Colorado River Management Plan (Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona)
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- Cultural Resource Management Officer (Department of Veterans Affairs program)
- Customer Relations Management Officer
- Craters of the Moon Natural History Association (Hailey, ID)
- Call Record Management Process
- Centre for Research in the Management of Projects (University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology)
- Certified Reference Materials Program
- Certified Risk Management Professional
- Coastal Resources Management Project
- Collapsin Response Mediator Protein
- Collection Requirements Management Plan/Program
- Compliance Risk Management Plan
- Computer Resources Management Plan
- Contract and Relationship Management Professionals
- Cooperative Reform and Modernization Program (Tanzania)
- Coordinated Resource Management and Planning
- Cultural Resource Management Plant
- Collapsin Response Mediator Protein 1
- Collapsin Response Mediator Protein 5
- Cleveland Regional Minority Purchasing Council
- Counterparty Risk Management Policy Group
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In July, NPCA, the Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association, American Whitewater, and four individuals filed suit in federal court challenging the National Park Service's decision to halt work on a wilderness plan and a revised Colorado River management plan.
Alston, today announced an extension of the comment period on the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) to revise the Colorado River Management Plan (CRMP) for Grand Canyon National Park.
Meeting dates and locations are forthcoming and will be posted on the Colorado River Management Plan (CRMP) Web page ( http://www.
The NPS will be preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) that will revise the 1989 Colorado River Management Plan (CRMP) for Grand Canyon National Park.